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David Treinis Appointed To Aviation Safety Resources Board Of Directors

Appointment Expands The Board To Five Members

Aviation Safety Resources, an innovative company that designs, tests and produces emergency recovery systems for aircraft and Urban Air Mobility vehicles, today announced the appointment of David Treinis to its Board of Directors effective June 5, 2019. Treinis' appointment expands the Aviation Safety Resources Board to five members.

"We are very pleased to have David Treinis (pictured) join the Aviation Safety Resources Board," said Dario Manfredi, Aviation Safety Resources Chairman. "David’s aviation experience reflects a wide range of industry involvement and accomplishments, especially in the areas of aviation and business development, and will be a valuable resource for the Board."

An accomplished entrepreneur and aviation industry veteran, Treinis served as executive vice-president for the X PRIZE Foundation where he managed fulfillment between Foundation and its presenting sponsors. He spearheaded VIP and public events during “X1” and “X2” prize-winning private space-flight launches in Mojave, Arizona.

Treinis also served as vice president of aviation services for AirNet Systems, Inc. where he conceived and developed alternative services to leverage Company’s mature infrastructure and existing market strategy. He founded and grew “JetRide” Private Charter division to become the Company’s fastest growing business unit. He is a graduate of the Stanford University School of Chemical Engineering, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree. Treinis served as vice chairman of the prestigious Lindbergh Foundation from 2005 to 2012 and currently serves on the X PRIZE Advisory Committee.

(Image provided with Aviation Safety Resources news release)

FMI: www.aviationsafetyresources.com

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